Tuesday 4th September
Tiverton District Garden Club’s Gardeners’ Question Time panel of experts are on hand to solve all your problems, something that is never in short supply in the gardening world, 7.30pm, at Tiverton Village Hall, on Huxley Lane. Entry £2 members, £3 visitors, includes raffle and refreshments. All are welcome.
Saturday 8th September
Film Night at the Barbour presents ‘The Greatest Showman’ Sing Along, 6pm start
Monday 10th September
Quiz Night to be held at the Fox and Barrel, Cotebrook, from 8pm. For tickets and further information please contact Fox & Barrel on 01829760529 or Judith Walters on 01829760513/ 07711243521.
Sunday 16th September
Tattenhall Am Dram Panto Auditions at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall.
Sunday 16th September
Walking Treasure Hunt and Children’s` Scavenger Hunt starting from car park at an entrance to Little Budworth Woods , opposite Rushton Lane, finishing with barbecue at Cotebrook Village Hall. Adults £3.00, children £1.50. For more information and to book contact Marian on 01829760698
Wednesday 19th September
Watercolour Classes at Tarporley Community Centre, with tutor Peter Willis. Friendly class, beginners welcome. Classes 9am – 11am and for the late risers 11.15am – 1.15pm. If you have always wanted to try it you will be amazed. Ring 01829 732129
Wednesday 26th September
Film Night at the Barbour Institute, Tattenhall, presents—The Post, 8pm start
CLUBS and SOCIETIES
Huxley & Hargrave WI
The Annual Supper Club Night is at Hargrave Church Hall on Saturday 27th October at 7.30 prompt. The evening includes a welcome drink, a 3-course home-cooked meal and a highly recommended speaker: “It isn’t what you say, it’s the way that you say it”. Bring your own tipple for the evening. Non-members, friends and husbands welcome. Tickets £15pp from Tricia on 01829 781255
Tiverton District Garden Club
Tuesday 4th September, 7.30pm at Tiverton Village Hall, Huxley Lane, just off A49. Our Gardeners’ Question Time panel of experts are on hand this evening to solve all your problems, something that is never in short supply in the gardening world. Entry £2 members, £3 visitors, includes raffle and refreshments. All are welcome.
The autumn show staged by Tiverton District Garden Club on Saturday 1st September at Tiverton Village Hall, Huxley Lane, just off A49. For more details or schedule tel 01928 788898 or 01829 733465
The September meeting will be on Thursday 27 September in The Community Centre on the High Street. Doors open at 10am. Refreshments until 10.30am then there is a talk by Dr Tom Preston about The Deeming Murders of 1891, which took place in the Rainhill area, near Liverpool.
Peckforton and Beeston WI
Our first hall meeting after the summer break was very entertaining as we had a talk by Ian Black on Hairdressing Down the Ages. Ian transported us from the Cavemen, Romans, Egyptians and other eras and countries up until the present day explaining how hairdressing had evolved to where it is in
now. We learnt about different and strange substances that were used in the past as styling aids, some very unsavoury, and also how various things can affect the growth of hair. It was an extremely interesting evening and very much enjoyed by everyone. At our next meeting, on 5th September, Julia Smalley will speak about The Language of Flowers – Potted Social Histories, and on 3rd October we will hear about Goose Grease and Brown Paper from Kath Reynolds. Do come and visit us at any meeting you will be very welcome. Margaret Ellis, 01829 261898
A quiz on the workings of Parliament set by Gary Hart made our July meeting very interesting and many questions were asked about the internal non-party workings of this important institution. Flower arranging, poetry, a reading, life experiences and a sing song all added to make our August members meeting special.
A visit to the Tiffany Glass Collection and People’s Museum, Manchester is planned this month and other events are in the pipeline. Do come and join us, you will be made very welcome. We meet in the Methodist Church school room on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 p.m.
Our meetings resume on Wednesday 5th September when we will be joined by David and Val Chant, who run a rescue home for Birds of Prey. They will tell us about all the birds, and at the end there will be an opportunity for everyone to hold the birds and take pictures. Doors open at 7:30 for 7:45pm in the Done Room behind St. Helen’s Church. Bring a friend – your first meeting is free! £1 donation for refreshments. Find out more by visiting our website: www.TarporleyWI.org, email
TarporleyWI@hotmail.com or phone Sarah on 733813.
West Cheshire Rural U3A
At the next meeting on Thursday 20th September at the Barbour Institute in Tattenhall, Brian Cullen will talk about “Radio Caroline – When Pirates Ruled the Waves”. Refreshments will be available from 2pm. For further information on membership and forthcoming events please contact either Hilary Scarratt 01829 770516 Hilary@Scarratt.com or visit our website u3asites.org.uk/west-cheshire